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Marjorie "Margie" Hendrix (March 13, 1935 – July 1973) was an American rhythm and blues singer best known for her performances as a founder member and leader of the Raelettes, backing Ray Charles. The spelling "Hendricks" is sometimes used. ... She died in obscure circumstances in New York City in 1973, aged 38; most ...


Died: July 1973 (Heroin Overdose). Marjorie Hendricks started out as a teenager playing the piano for the children's choir at her church in Statesboro, Georgia.

Jun 16, 2012 ... 1964 Margie Hendrix is best remembered as a featured member of Ray ... Ray Charles was right: Margie Hendricks does scare you to death.


Dec 16, 2004 ... After her death at the age of 31, apparently of exhaustion, her words continued to .... With one of them, Margie Hendricks, he formed a turbulent ...


Apr 20, 2008 ... Born Ray Charles Robinson in rural Georgia in 1930, Charles died at 73 in Beverly Hills on June 10, 2004, after a long battle with cancer.


Unfortunately, my grandmother died just before I began working on Ray. ... More Ray Charles women: Della Robinson, Regina King and Margie Hendricks ...


Oct 22, 2004 ... ... mom and Regina King as Margie Hendricks—are heartfelt and powerful. ... George's death was certainly traumatic for the young Ray, yet the ...


A search for Margie Hendrix at the Social Security Death Index comes up with ... Margie Hendricks? didn?t join the Cookies until 1956.


... Margie Hendrix aka Margie Hendricks was an original member of The ... that it was a drug overdose but I've also read that she died of cancer.